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procrastinating

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  • verb Present participle of procrastinate.

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Examples

  • Sometimes I feel that you could read too much as a means of procrastinating from the task at hand.

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  • Part of the way I’m constructively procrastinating is skimming a review paper on Generalized Parton Distributions.

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  • Now more and more people enjoy their comedy by themselves, and they download comedy shows onto their iPods or sneak a procrastinating peek at a streaming video in their office cubicles.

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  • It should not have been about posturing and procrastinating, that is for the local member level.

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  • This is exceptionally true to University students, but can also be referred to as 'procrastinating'.

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  • Russell Bishop, a professional life coach and management consultant, called procrastinating a constructive act of intelligence in an article for the Huffington Post.

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  • Russell Bishop, a professional life coach and management consultant, called procrastinating a constructive act of intelligence in an article for the Huffington Post.

    Queen's Journal: Latest stories

  • Russell Bishop, a professional life coach and management consultant, called procrastinating a constructive act of intelligence in an article for the Huffington Post.

    Queen's Journal: Latest stories

  • Russell Bishop, a professional life coach and management consultant, called procrastinating a constructive act of intelligence in an article for the Huffington Post.

    Queen's Journal: Latest stories

  • Russell Bishop, a professional life coach and management consultant, called procrastinating a constructive act of intelligence in an article for the Huffington Post.

    Queen's Journal: Latest stories

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